“Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow?” U.S. poster giveaway

Following a film festival run that has taken young Taiwanese director Arvin Chen’s sophomore effort, “Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow?,” across the globe, Meniscus Magazine is excited to announce a partnership with the movie’s North American distributor, Film Movement.  The film stars Richie Ren and Mavis Fan, whose characters are married to each other but struggle to raise their son and their daily existences.

One lucky Meniscus reader will receive a poster of the film, compliments of Film Movement, as it opens in New York and L.A. on Jan. 17, and in Chicago and Seattle on Jan. 23.  To enter, all you need to do is below is follow us on Twitter, tweet about our giveaway and/or like our Facebook page to enter our contest before 8 p.m. ET on Fri., Jan. 17.

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At the time of the film’s Asian premiere at the 2013 Hong Kong International Film Festival, Meniscus Magazine said in its review:

“[Chen’s] sophomore effort retains many of the charming qualities that made “Au Revoir Taipei” so successful: the lilting orchestral score, the gentle humorous pokes in sticky situations, the wide-eyed innocent qualities of his characters no matter how much pain they inflict.  However, while “Au Revoir” was a sweet boy-meets-girl story doubling as a love letter to the Taiwanese capital, “Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow?” has a couple of fundamental differences. It deals with much more grown-up topics, such as marriage, homosexuality and child rearing, and tackles these by enlisting a couple of veterans to play the husband and wife leads.”

About Film Movement: Film Movement is a full-service North American distributor of critically acclaimed award-winning independent and foreign films. Film Movement has released films from 25 countries and six continents, including top prize winners from Sundance, Cannes, Venice, Toronto, Berlin, Tribeca and many other prestigious film festivals. Through partnerships with theaters, TV networks, wholesalers, retailers, institutions, and a first of its kind subscription service, Film Movement is able to get the films it distributes the audience they deserve.

About Meniscus Magazine: Founded in 1994 by a former journalist for CNN and The New York Timesmeniscuszine.com is an online arts, entertainment and lifestyle magazine specializing in event coverage.  Meniscus features articles and multimedia from a variety of subjects, including film, fashion, sports, travel and Asian culture.  Past coverage includes the Busan, Hong Kong, Tokyo and Melbourne International Film Festivals; the Sundance Film Festival; ready-to-wear Fashion Week collections in New York, Tokyo and London; and various professional sports events.  To contact the magazine, please write to meniscus[at]meniscuszine[dot]com.

Note: This contest is not open to current or former Meniscus contributors.  It is open to U.S. readers; entrants must be prepared to provide details (full name, mailing address, and e-mail address) if selected as a winner within three days of being contacted.